These policies are presented at second reading for final consideration.
Administrative Recommendation /MOTION/ "I move we approve revisions to policies as presented."
Policy 1400— Meeting Conduct, Order of Business and Quorum: Largely grammatical and organization changes. One added subsection regarding public comment on page 6
Policy 2190— Highly Capable Programs: Additional text and mirrors changes to the state law and reflects our current practice
Policy 3143— District Notification of Juvenile Offenders: Reflects changes to state law and provides additional clarity on who should be notified regarding juvenile offenders
Policy 3144— Release of Information Concerning Student Sexual and Kidnapping Offenders: Clarifies notification requirements for juvenile sex and kidnapping offenders
Policy 3241— Classroom Management, Discipline, and Corrective Action: Policy changes reflective of substantial change to state law. Administration elements moved to the procedure. Update procedure 3241P in a redline & blackline.
Policy 3410— Student Health: Minor change to clarify health care provider
Policy 3412— Automated External Defibrillators (AED): Clarifies the training requirements of schools with AEDs
Policy 3413— Student Immunizations and Life-Threatening Health Conditions: Deletion of a portion on exclusion from school and replacement with legal references
Policy 3414— Infectious Diseases: Minor language cleanup, change reference from physician to a licensed health care practitioner
Policy 3416— Medication at School: Significant language cleanup, reorganization, an addition of specific references to types of medication
Policy 3420— Anaphylaxis Prevention and Response: Addition of language regarding the potential for a life-threatening reaction
Policy 6210— Purchasing Authorization and Control: Very minor cleanup of language
Policy 6230— Relations with Vendors: Minor language cleanup and clarification
Policy 6500— Risk Management: Minor language cleanup
Policy 6630— Bus Driver Training and Responsibility: Reflects changes to law and reflects current KWRL Practice.